Arizona 2002-2003: Completed his junior season with a 17-14 record ... Finished the fall season with an 8-4 record ... Won six-straight matches during fall competition, including an individual championship at the Northern Arizona Invitational ... During his streak, was forced into a third set only once ... Paired with several partners during fall's doubles competition, earned a 6-4 record ... With partner Colin O'Grady, garnered a 6-3 record, including a second-place finish at the Northern Arizona Invitational ... Earned two wins at the Omni Hotel Region VIII South Fall Invitational ... During dual matches, earned four victories over ranked opponents, including a, 7-5, 4-6, 6-4, victory over No. 19-ranked Matt Hanlin of Washington ... Voted team captain and competed in the No. 2 position for the majority of the season ... Compiled a 2-0 record in the No. 1 position, losing only seven games in four sets ... On April 9, broke into the national rankings at the No. 102 position by the ITA ... Won four straight matches, including a win over Washington's Hanlin ... In doubles play, partnered with Daniel Andrus, the pair competed in the No. 3 slot and finished with an 3-8 record ... Earned several post-season accolades, including All-Pac-10 honorable mention, third-team Version Academic All-District VIII, first-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors and a Mary Roby Academic Award for the third consecutive year.
Arizona 2001-2002: Finished his sophomore season with a record of 12-16 ... Completed the fall season with a 4-4 record, including a 6-0, 6-2, win over Ryan Gerstner of Loyola Marymount in October ... Won two matches in the ITA Tennis Tournament over opponents from Arizona State and UC Santa Barbara ... Rode a six-match winning streak during the beginning of the 2002 spring season ... In Pac-10 competition, split the series with his ranked opponent Nick Raimey of USC in two highly competitive matches ... Paired with Stephen Capriati in doubles play was ranked No. 16 in the preseason poll ... The duo finished with a record of 8-10, and was ranked at the completion of the season by ITA at No. 55.
Arizona 2000-2001: Compiled an overall record of 13-15 in his first season at Arizona... Competed in the No. 2 and No. 3 spots for the Wildcats... Recorded three impressive wins over ranked players from Stanford, California and Washington... In doubles action, ended the season 2-3 with partner Steven Capriati... Faced the No. 7-ranked team from UCLA... Finished 2-5 in fall play... Made it to the third round, earning a win in flight one play at the San Diego All-College Invitational... Earned a victory at the ITA Region VIII South Championships.
High School: Graduated in 2000 from Solkystens Gymnasium in Copenhagen, Denmark... Ranked sixth in Denmark in the summer of 2000... Ranked in the top three in the 18-year old bracket in 1998 ... Ranked fourth in Denmark as a junior and sixth as a senior... Reached semifinals of Danish Nationals in 2002.
Personal: Carl Philip Hagman ... Born April 5, 1980 in Copenhagen, Denmark... Son of Helmer Hagman and Marianne De Waal Hagman... Majoring in journalism... Enjoys music and playing guitar.